Most of us are aware that the standard treatment protocols for heroin addiction are the usual from medical model dominant practitioners – more drugs, more drugs, and more drugs.
We are already several weeks into the new year, 2019, so the holidays are behind us. They can be a mixed blessing, with plenty of happiness, delicious food, stress and anxiety. So now is the time to undo some of the damage that may have been done!
Winter is here and some of us tend to gain weight during these months, perhaps because we are trying to stay warm and are not moving our bodies as much as in warmer weather. While we can force ourselves to do more workouts and watch calories or carbs, etc. while freezing…mind over matter…it just does not seem so enticing to many.
Here are some strategies to use to use till spring has sprung:
*One pound of grass-fed, organic beef, cut into chunks
*2-3 tablespoons of extra virgin olive oil, preferably organic
*1 quart or liter of chemical-free, preferably organic beef broth or beef bone broth
*At least one cup of fresh, preferably organic veggies, cut into smaller chunks, like carrots, onions, celery, squash, cabbage, etc.
*Himalayan or kosher sea salt, at least 1 tablespoon (please season to taste)
*Organic black pepper, at least one teaspoon (please season to taste)
*Organic minced garlic, dried, or fresh garlic, to your taste
*Organic paprika, about 1 teaspoon (please season to taste)
*Any other seasonings and/or fresh, organic herbs/spices to your liking, like parsley, cilantro, etc.
*Take the beef and brown it in a skillet with cold-pressed extra-virgin olive oil.
*Brown harder vegetables, such as carrots, first and then add other vegetables such as onions. If you are using fresh garlic, add this later as it burns quickly.
*When the outside of the meat is brown, and the vegetables are al dente, add a one-liter package of organic, chemical-free beef broth or beef bone broth.
*Add seasonings – spices, herbs, etc.
*Cover and bring to a boil, then reduce to a simmer and cook at least 1 hour or more, depending on doneness.
Always taste, taste, taste! Geographic areas and other variables can make a difference in how it cooks.
This recipe can be alternatively made in an Instant Pot, a Pressure Cooker, or a Slow Cooker.
Please remember that getting and staying healthy is highly important, especially during cold weather months. Dr. Joseph Mercola explains some of these risks in his article entitled, Why Does Cold Weather Increase Your Risk for Heart Attack?
Of course, nobody likes getting sick, so staying healthy year-round is a great goal and priority to have. For more information on how to prevent health issues (and also substance use), please visit Health and Wellness Online, LLC.
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To vaccine or not – that is the question. There are excellent pros and cons coming from both sides of this controversy. For example, chemicals used to kill the live flu virus to prepare it for the vaccine, which then triggers the body’s immune response against it, and to preserve it, are indeed used in very small amounts. Some consider this therefore safe. Others … not so much.
We are past the holiday season for 2018 and now fully into 2019. Guess what? It is getting cold out there! Sometimes we experience the blues at this time of year. After all, we may decide to stay indoors more of the time and if we live in an area that gets inclement weather frequently, the roads are more difficult to traverse.
Sometimes we are aware of having a problem with alcohol, and sometimes we drink and tell ourselves stories that we have it all under control … when we do not. Well, there are some common-sense ways we can avoid falling into the trap of alcoholism, thanks to DrugAbuse.com.
Dr. Donna Poppendieck (Dr. P) has over 30 years of experience in the mental health care field. She is a seasoned college professor and instructor for providers. She uses credible, proven holistic health strategies in instruction for parents of children with mental health challenges looking for another approach as well as healthcare providers seeking to implement or understand holistic strategies.